Plants that have medium leaves

There are 8 plants that have medium leaves like pothos, monstera, pilea that you will love.

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    Epipremnum Aureum Jade

    Epipremnum Aureum Jade is a tropical trailing plant native to Southeast Asia that tolerates low light conditions and does best in bright light.

    Pothos is one of the easiest and best indoor plants that purify the air with its green heart-shaped foliage. It removes chemicals from the air such as formaldehyde, trichloroethene, toluene, xylene, and benzene and is recommended for living rooms, bedrooms and offices.

    It's a fast-growing plant climbs through trees and surfaces to grow healthier and longer thanks to its aerial roots.

    Epipremnum aureum is mildly toxic if ingested, so find a spot for it far from cats, dogs, and children.

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    Epipremnum Aureum

    Epipremnum Aureum is one of the most common indoor plants because of its hardiness and adaptability to low light conditions. Golden Pothos is a trailing plant originally from Southeastern Asia with green heart-shaped leaves that look beautiful as a hanging plant.

    Its beauty's not the only reason people love it. Epipremnum Aureum is a low-maintenance plant recommended for beginners and travelers that is difficult to kill. In addition, pothos is one of the best office plants because they grow in artificial light and mentioned by NASA as one of the best air purifier plants on earth.

    Golden pothos grows super fast in bright light, so you can propagate often and experiment with them by hanging or let them go wild by trailing surfaces.

    Be aware that Epipremnum Aureum is mildly toxic if ingested so put it far from cats, dogs and children.

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    Epipremnum Pinnatum Cebu Blue

    Epipremnum Pinnatum Cebu Blue is a rare variety of pothos with shiny, silvery-blue and elongated leaves that seem to sparkle in bright light that is recommended for beginners because it's so easy to take care.

    It's one of the recommended plants for bedrooms, living rooms, and bathrooms because it's an air purifier plant, but you might take care of your pets because the whole plant is toxic if ingested.

    Cebu Blue Pothos likes to climb trees and surfaces to grow. It's been used as a hanging plant in a lot of houses because it can reach easily 1m long.

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    Monstera Peru

    Monstera Peru is a very rare fast-growing plant with thick and unusually stiff leaves that is often mistaken for Monstera Pinnatipartita when young because the leaves look alike.

    The leaves of the Monstera Sp. Peru are somewhat wider, and look rounder, and differ from the leaves of Monstera Pinnatipartita that are more elongated.

    Monsteras are plants that are not especially difficult for beginners. Make sure your monstera doesn't get more than 30min of direct sunlight, water it often and use well-draining soil so it doesn't become too dense after a few waterings.

    Boost the Monstera Peru growth by using a totem pol or letting it climb to a surface so it can get bigger and healthier like it does in nature. Keep it away from pets and children because it is highly toxic if ingested.

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    Pilea Peperomioides

    Pilea Peperomioides is an easy plant native to Yunnan, a region of China. It has become very famous on Instagram and Pinterest for its minimal and elegant look that helps to decorate any room.

    Pilea Peperomioides is also known by the name of the Chinese Money Plant because of its rounded shape that reminds us of a coin. It has some thick green leaves with a little point in the center that is where the stem joins. In nature, it grows in the shade of taller vegetation and is never in direct sunlight. Its leaves are directed towards the light in an abrupt way and although in nature the light comes from above and that is why it is usually round in shape, in our houses that is not always the case. Therefore, it is advisable to rotate it so that it adopts that symmetrical shape that we like so much.

    A lot of people like to propagate this plant because it's a fast grower. Pilea Peperomioides is safe for cats, dogs, babies, and other pets, so you will not have to worry about safety anymore.

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    Sansevieria Trifasciata Gold Hahnii

    Sansevieria Trifasciata Gold Hahnii is a compact snake plant variety perfect for beginners or travelers because it is a low maintenance, drought-resistant plant that can survive for a while without water.

    Sansevierias are famous for being plants that grow in all light ranges, including low light conditions, which means they adapt to any home.

    Sansevieria Gold Hahnii grows up to 40 cm tall and has greyish green leaves with dark green cross-bands and wide creamy yellow margins that remove toxins from the air making it a good plant for bedrooms, living rooms and offices.

    Sansevieria is slightly toxic if swallowed, so make sure your cat, dog, or children do not eat it.

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    Scindapsus Pictus Argyraeus

    Scindapsus Pictus Argyraeus is an easy plant originally from Asia recommended to people who like hanging plants, climbing plants, or exotic varieties because it has a beautiful silver color pattern. Place your pothos far from pets and children because they are poisonous if ingested.

    Scindapsus Pictus Argyraeus is commonly confused with Scindapsus Pictus Exotica because they both have silver patterns on their leaves. You can identify Scindapsus Pictus Argyraeus because its leaf has a higher color contrast because its variegation appears more sparse (green with silver spots) and Scindapsus Pictus Exotica's leaf curl at the edges and is completely silver except for the central part.

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    Scindapsus Pictus Exotica

    Scindapsus Pictus Exotica is an easy plant recommended to people who like hanging plants, climbing plants, or rare varieties because it has a beautiful color pattern. Place your pothos far from pets and children because they are poisonous if ingested.

    Scindapsus Pictus Exotica is commonly confused with Scindapsus Pictus Argyraeus because they both have silver patterns on their leaves even though they are easy to identify because Scindapsus Pictus Exotica leaf is completely silver except for the central part and Scindapsus Pictus Argyraeus's leaf is green with silver spots.